Meadow Goodman Anderson high school Suicide, Obituary, Death

Meadow Goodman Anderson high school Suicide, Obituary, Death

A somber cloud has fallen over the Austin, Texas community as a young, beloved Meadow Goodman teenager’s unexpected passing has been attributed to suicide.

Meadow Goodman, a promising student enrolled at Anderson High School in Austin, Texas, reportedly took her own life on August 12, 2023, according to credible sources.

After grappling with persistent mental health challenges, including depression, anxiety, and excessive rumination, a young individual from Austin made the heartbreaking decision to end her life, leaving behind a world that cared deeply for her. Meadow Goodman age may be 16 to 17 years. 

Anderson was a student at the high school located at 8403 Mesa Dr. in Austin, Texas. The entire Austin TX community has rallied around Meadow’s parents, sharing in the grief of her untimely departure.

Meadow’s father, Greg Goodman, shared a poignant message on social media:

“It is with heavy hearts that we share the news of our daughter Meadow Goodman Death. She left us early Saturday morning. Our family is shattered, forever changed by this profound loss.

I want to openly acknowledge that Meadow took her own life, but it’s important to understand that my wife, Lulu, and I spared no effort in supporting Meadow’s well-being. Lulu, in particular, devoted herself tirelessly to Meadow’s mental health. I won’t delve into the specifics of our journey, but the struggles escalated over the past 12-15 months. The outcome is a tragedy no parent, sibling, or grandparent should ever endure.”

Meadow Goodman Obituary

A memorial service to honor Meadow will take place this Sunday, August 20, at 10 am at Temple Beth Shalom, located at 7300 Hart Ln., within the JCC campus. Following the service, a Shiva Minion will be held at the Temple from 6 pm to 8 pm that evening. These events are open to the public, and all are welcome to attend.

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